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Is there a way to print out the same page multiple times without duplicating?

Let's say I have flyer type A (size A5) I want to print twice on an A4, 5 times (so 10 flyers of type A).

Then there's flyer type B (size A5) I want to print twice on an A4, 15 times (so 30 flyers of type B).

Obviously I could duplicate page A 10 times, and page B 30 times, and print out the correct result, but if there's an error on B, I'd have to delete 29 copies, edit it, then reduplicate 29 times.

I have simplified my problem, so please assume usage of master pages are not a viable option. And please remember I'm looking for a solution where I don't have to duplicate pages.

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I would explore your printer settings. On my very basic printer I have an option to print N-Up which would seem to do what you require:







(5 copies, two across with a repeat of two on A4 paper).





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